About Belize

Flanked by the world’s second longest coral reefs, Belize rewards divers with a rich array of underwater environments ripe for discovery and rich in fish life. Just inside the reef, a string of small coastal islands known as cayes are a short boat ride away from lively spur-and-groove reefs. Offshore atolls add steep walls, schooling fish and the famous Blue Hole. On southern reefs, seasonal fish spawns draw massive whale sharks. Expansive shallows between cayes and the mainland serve as an aquatic playground for kayakers, fishermen and sailors, while the rainforests and mountains of the interior offer Mayan ruins, jungle river drifts, cave tours, off-roading, hiking and more.


Embarking on a journey to Belize opens the door to a world where natural wonders, cultural diversity, and adventure seamlessly converge. Nestled on the northeastern coast of Central America, Belize is a jewel with a coastline kissed by the Caribbean Sea and a lush interior adorned with dense rainforests. The iconic Great Blue Hole, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, beckons divers to explore its mysterious depths, while the vibrant coral reefs along the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System offer a kaleidoscope of marine life. Beyond the underwater treasures, ancient Mayan ruins like Xunantunich and Caracol invite travelers to step back in time and marvel at the architectural wonders of this ancient civilization.

Inland, Belize’s jungles are alive with exotic wildlife, and the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary stands as a haven for jaguars. The cultural tapestry is woven with influences from the Garifuna, Maya, and Mestizo communities, creating a vibrant and diverse atmosphere. Belize’s warm and welcoming locals, combined with its natural and historical marvels, make it a destination that resonates with those seeking an enriching blend of adventure, culture, and the laid-back charm of the Caribbean.